On the job: The probability of making an error increases up to 28 percent with cell phone notifications. (Florida State University)

On the go:

  • Drivers who take their eyes off the road for just 2 seconds are 20 times more likely to crash. (Zendrive)
  • Distraction plays a role in at least 58 percent of crashes involving teen drivers. (AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety)

Overnight: Cell phone use at night suppresses melatonin production, making it harder to fall asleep and stay asleep during the night. (National Sleep Foundation)

Technology has its benefits – but distraction isn’t one of them. Learn how to curb mobile notifications at the right place and the right time for you, your family or your fleet.